When it comes to elections, abortion, and many other issues, today’s Republican Party does not trust Americans to make decisions.
More than 100 House Republicans voted to expel the New York congressman for fraud, but not four from the Wisconsin delegation.
Wisconsin based veteran calls on Congressman Van Orden to look out for working families, seniors, and children.
Trump is facing justice, as are hundreds of insurrection participants. It’s past time for the middlemen to be held accountable for undermining American elections and democracy itself.
The new House Republican leader supports a nationwide abortion ban, played a key role in trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election, and opposes same-sex marriage.
Derrick Van Orden should be considered insurrection-adjacent and is fair game for questions about whether he’ll be part of any post-2024 election subversion.
Trump posts on his Truth Social platform dozens of times a day and his messages there are becoming increasingly angry, violent, and dark, suggesting a second term in the White House could be even more extreme than his first.